by Dana Cavalea September 25, 2018

 

Hey Team- 

I have been locking in much more on the "macro-nutrients".. focusing on the actual make up of the foods I am taking in...

Everything we eat yields a certain amount of energy... 

We either get spikes of energy... or... we get slow delivering energy which helps us sustain performance longer....

The latter is definitely preferred for those looking for consistent performances...

Today.. I wanted to share with you a simple breakfast option that will keep you full longer and not having cravings...

When we eat, the goal is to prevent spikes in energy which occurs when we are eating high sugar foods like muffins, breads, cakes, and other synthetic starches... like granola, granola bars, and some of the poorly made protein bars on the market today....

If you are looking to be a high performer, making sure you are consuming natural foods that are lower in sugar is key...

Also.. if you can train yourself to "eat-less"... the lesser caloric intake will also put less stress on your systems.. and digestion will not slow you down...

Check out todays video by Clicking Here!

Reach out if you have any questions!

#eatlikeapro

COACH DANA CAVALEA

 

 

 

Dana Cavalea
Dana Cavalea

Dana Cavalea is the World Champion Director of Strength and Conditioning & Performance of the New York Yankees. Currently, he is a High Performance Speaker & Consultant to Pro Athletes, Entrepreneurs, Business Executives, and Workforces on lifestyle strategies to reduce stress, improve work/life integration, and most importantly improve daily performance /outcomes. Book Dana to Speak at your Company Event or Conference Today!


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